4th gen Suthen' wrote:everybody has given 100% for the organisation so far except one Peter c Paterson! emdy know him ?
Ninja Mania wrote:4th Gen, I was'nt happy with the way you organised me to clear the stones on the beach, that hurt my legs and cost me precious minutes, well maybe second's. lol
On a serious note though,there was a little incident on the final mile, where a young woman was in quite a bad shape, and required medical help, and the nearest marshall to her was 500mtr away, but he had no way to contact the paramedics, this incident could have been much worse.
I answered the questions as honestly as possible, I dont think that the fact I only marked it 80% will harm the credibility of this event some how.
I was, like so many other's, concerned for her well being, it was very hot, there was no air, and she was in trouble. This was why I marked it down one.
It is in no way a slur to the committee and everyone connected to the MOK run, they do and have done in previous year's, a fantastic job.
Kevin Mc wrote:What does "PB potential" mean?
Pans Lass wrote:Kevin Mc wrote:What does "PB potential" mean?
Sorry Kevin but to answer your question to one I didnt know when i started running either but PB means 'Personal Best ' as explained in detail below .
Once you've run your first road race, you have a PB, or a "Personal Best." It refers to your best time in a race of a specific distance. So, if you run a 5K race in 28:45, that's your PB for the 5K distance. If you run faster than 28:45 in a subsequent 5K race, then you have a new PB for that distance. So you'll have PBs for different race distances, from 1-milers to marathons.
You may also hear some runners call their best race times "PRs" or "Personal Records." Whatever they call it, experienced runners love to talk about their PBs because it helps them stay motivated to keep training and racing. It's also fun to keep track of your PBs in your training log, so you can refer back to them and record a new one when you achieve it.
Pans Lass wrote:
I know some of you had a hard time following the link ...first register if you havent already on http://www.runnersworld.co.uk ...then click on the home page ...scroll down to see 'events finder' ...click on that and it will take you to a search site .....key in Mull Of Kintyre in full not MOK and then put June 2012 in month box. You will then come up with the race site ....click on the highlighted words in red 'Mull of Kintyre Half marathon &10K ' and scroll down to see 'add your rating' ...click on that then follow the steps.....hope this helps .
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